Endopelvic Fascia and Potential Spaces Anatomy - pediagenosis
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Endopelvic Fascia and Potential Spaces Anatomy

Endopelvic Fascia and Potential Spaces Anatomy
Umbilical prevesical fascia, Medial umbilical ligament (fibrous part of umbilical artery), Urinary bladder and vesical fascia, Rectus abdominis muscle, Superior vesical artery in lateral ligament of bladder, Linea terminalis of pelvis, Femoral ring, Inferior epigastric artery and Pubic branch, Deep inguinal ring, Iliopubic tract, Transversalis fascia, External iliac vessels, Deep circumflex iliac vessels Iliac fascia, Ovarian vessels in suspensory ligament of ovary Iliacus muscle, Ureter, Psoas major muscle, Internal iliac vessels, Inferior vesical and vaginal arteries Hypogastric (neurovascular) sheath, Middle rectal artery, 

Cervix of uterus and uterine fascia, Superior rectal artery (left branch), Rectum and rectal fascia, Rectovaginal (potential) space, Presacral (potential) space (spread open), Obturator internus fascia, Tendinous arch of levator ani muscle, Tendinous arch of pelvic fascia, Uterosacral ligament, Cardinal (Mackenrodt’s) ligament with uterine artery, Vaginorectal fascial fibers, Presacral fascia (pulled away), Anterior sacrococcygeal ligament, Vesicocervical and vesicovaginal (potential) spaces, Median umbilical ligament (urachus), Pubic symphysis, Inferior (arcuate) pubic ligament, Deep dorsal vein of clitoris, Retropubic (prevesical) space, Transverse perineal ligament (anterior thickening of perineal membrane), Medial puboprostatic ligament, Lateral pubovesical ligament, Vesicocervical fascial fibers, Superior fascia of pelvic diaphragm (superior levator ani fascia), Obturator canal and obturator artery, Female: superior view (peritoneum and loose areolar tissue removed), Median sacral artery
Endopelvic Fascia and Potential Spaces Anatomy

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